Lots of lines, lots of Amtrak trains.
“Another Day, Another GP39H-2”Crewman reporting for duty on MARC GP39H-2 74 at Washington Union Station in the afternoon of March 14, 1988. His train will likely operate over MARC’s “Ca... (more)
Amtrak has made great strides in recent times by improving travel options for its customers, including expanding its bike program. A bicycle friendly Superliner I Coach/Baggage, Viewliner II Bagga... (more)
For the second time since the AEM-7 farewell, the 642 and 42 (electric and diesel-electric) Veterans units are nose to nose. they were being worked up to run on the 2016 Autumn Express.
That all wet and fresh out of the shower look.
Washington Union Station
A P42 comes down off the pit at Ivy City to await a train it will take out of town southbound.
A new era. The interior of the first Viewliner II Diner to enter revenue service is a welcome, warm and contemporary atmosphere. These cars will ultimately replace the last of the Heritage... (more)
Viewliner I vs Viewliner II. On the left is Viewliner II Diner #68001, and on the right is Viewliner I Sleeper 62017. Viewliner II cars have subtle body changes, including a smooth seam in... (more)
You don't see this everyday. A Superliner II Sightseer Lounge coupled to a Viewliner I Sleeper. The cars cannot operate like this as aside from it being impossible to go from one car to th... (more)
Behind the Scenes. Ann of the Amtrak Marketing Department scrutinizes photos on a computer screen inside the first Viewliner II Dining car to have entered revenue service. A major photo sh... (more)
Just another day at the office for this engineer.
Acela Express is a fine looking train.
It's not everyday you get to have a locomotive parked for you, let alone the superstar of the NEC! We were shooting an "Amtrak Matt" video on this day, and the America's Railroad Salutes... (more)
When you can smell the paint they're so new.